IS FILING AN PERSONAL INJURY CASE THE RIGHT THING TO DO?
Many times, even if people clearly “have a case,” they often have issues with filing a personal injury claim. Below are some we hear frequently:
I Don’t Want to Make the Other Person’s Life Difficult or Hurt Them.
For starters, keep in mind that this other person made your life difficult by failing to drive carefully and causing you injuries. However, if you still have second thoughts, remember that your lawyers will be dealing with the other person’s insurance company, not the other person directly. All of us are required to buy liability insurance for a reason – that if we do end up causing another person injuries while driving, there will be at least some money through an insurance company to help them out.
I have been handling personal injury and auto/car/truck/motorcycle/pedestrian claims for four decades. Many times injured people ask me if their case is worth it. If liability is clear I will accept the case whether it be small, medium or large. I have had an office in Hyde Park, Vermont since 1981 and have had thousand of claims over the years. At the very lease people should pursue an auto accident or other personal injury claim to make sure their medical bills get paid. I have had a number of people call me after they settled their case on their own when they are being harassed by debt collectors for medical bills people thought were paid.
At the very least I encourage injured people to call me at [nap_phone id=”LOCAL-REGULAR-NUMBER-1″] for a free consultation to find out about their rights.
I am available seven days a week.